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Val Gryphin

Val Gryphin

Editor-in-Chief (they/them)

A founding editor of Typehouse, Val has been EIC almost since the beginning. They are dedicated to publishing a magazine that not only prints underrepresented voices, but actively seeks them out. A writer of mainstream and speculative fiction, as well as about the intersection between queer literature and queer history, they have been published in such markets such as BUST, Hint Fiction, and The Writer’s Chronicle. An editor at gryphinliterary.com, they also work as an educator and have a BA in journalism and an MFA from Spalding University. Find them at https://linktr.ee/ValGryphin.


T. E. Wilderson

T. E. Wilderson

Senior Prose Editor (she/her)

T. E. Wilderson is an African American, New Orleans-born writer currently living in the Midwest. By day, she is an editor and educator. Her short stories have appeared in Crack the Spine Anthology XVII, The Louisville Review, Tishman Review, Roanoke Review, Notre Dame Review, F(r)iction, Still: The Journal, Cobalt Weekly, and The Account: A Journal of Prose, Poetry, and Thought, among others. She holds an MFA in writing from Spalding University and is a 2019 McKnight Foundation Writing Fellow. She can be found on Twitter as @MizGolightly.


Yukyan Lam

Yukyan Lam

Senior Prose Editor (she/her)

Yukyan is based in New York, NY, but is thrilled to have a literary connection to the Pacific Northwest. She loves reading and writing all forms of prose, particularly creative non-fiction and short stories. Like most of her favorite writers, she believes that the boundaries between literary and genre fiction are (largely) rubbish. She funds her creative impulses by working for a non-profit on environmental health and social justice. Follow her @yukyan_etc.


Kameron Ray Morton

Kameron

Senior Prose Editor (they/them)

Kameron Ray Morton is an MFA candidate in fiction and translation at Columbia University. Their fiction has appeared in Eclectica Magazine, Permafrost Magazine, and Valparaiso Fiction Review, among others, and their chapbook Intersections was a finalist in Paper Nautilus’s Debut Series Chapbook Contest. They feel pressured to drink less coffee, but find their best ideas emerge from a caffeine-induced high. Find them on Instagram @tallsoyflatwhite or online at KameronRayMorton.com.


Trish Rodriguez

Trish Rodriguez

Senior Prose Editor (she/her)

Trish grew up in Philadelphia. She received her B.S in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and her MFA in Creative Writing from Rosemont College. She loves to read submissions that are across genres: literary, speculative, experimental, or just plain weird, mostly looking for characters she can root for or love to hate. Her writing leans toward speculative short stories, but that depends on the mood of the day.


Alan Perry

Alan Perry

Senior Poetry Editor (he/him)

Alan Perry is a Midwestern poet and editor whose debut poetry chapbook, Clerk of the Dead, was released by Main Street Rag Publishing in 2020. His poems have appeared in Tahoma Literary Review, Third Wednesday, Schuylkill Valley Journal, Open: Journal of Arts & Letters, River and South Review, Ocotillo Review, and elsewhere. He is a founder and Co-Managing Editor of RockPaperPoem, and a Best of the Net nominee. Alan holds a BA in English from the University of Minnesota, and he and his wife divide their time between a suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota and Tucson, Arizona. More at https://alanperrypoetry.com.


Mariya Khan

Mariya Khan

Senior Prose and Poetry Editor (she/her)

Mariya Khan is a South Asian and Muslim American writer from Washington, DC. She is a graduate of The George Washington University and Summer Institute at the University of Iowa International Writing Program. Her work has appeared in ang(st): a feminist body zine50 Word Stories, and Writing in a Woman’s Voice, among others. Currently, Mariya is pursuing an MA in International Publishing at City, University London. When Mariya is not writing, she’s trying new recipes and watching crime dramas. You can find her on Twitter @mariyaskhan2 and at https://mariyaskhan.wixsite.com/portfolio


Nadia Benjelloun

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Senior Prose Editor (she/her)

From Tangier, Morocco, Nadia Benjelloun is an award-nominated poet, essayist, literary critic, and novelist. Her works have appeared in nearly twenty journals, some which notably include The Antonym, The African Writer Magazine, The Abstract Elephant, Quail Bell, Tenth Street Miscellany, The Trouvaille Review, and forthcoming in many more. She authored four books, most recently A Vigilant Mind. Her fifth and latest novel is due to come out by the end of the year.


Jody Gerbig

Jody Gerbig

Senior Prose Editor (she/her)

Jody Gerbig lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband, young triplets, and too many pets. With her MA in literature, she taught college writing and high-school English for many years. Her stories and essays appear in Litro, Columbus Monthly, BrevityRuminate, and elsewhere, and have been nominated for both a Pushcart and Best of the Net. Visit her at www.jodygerbig.com


Sally Badawi

Associate Prose and Poetry Editor (she/her)

Sally Badawi is an Egyptian-American writer and teacher whose words appear in Neologism Poetry Journal, Orange Blossom Review, Second Chance LitLost Balloon, among others. She earned her MA from Florida Atlantic University and she was a poetry fellow with Summer Literary Series in St. Petersburg, Russia. She has lived in Trinidad & Tobago and Egypt, but currently resides in Portland, Oregon where she is raising two humans with a mountain man. Find her on Twitter @sallymbadawi.


Graham Clark

Associate Prose Editor (he/him)

Graham Clark is a writer and editor from Seattle who now lives in Portland. He is an outdoor enthusiast and amateur history/current events buff. He can usually be found either in the woods hiking, on his couch reading, or at his local dive bar yelling at a TV during football games. He has noticed that when he tells his team to play better it doesn’t usually work, and is unsure where the disconnect is, because clearly they should listen to his advice. He does developmental, line, and copy editing of both fiction and nonfiction. His website is http://grahamtclarkediting.com/


Brittany Morgan

Associate Prose Editor

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Maeve McKenna

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Associate Prose Editor (she/her, they/them)

Maeve McKenna is a poet living in Sligo, Ireland. Her work has been placed in several international poetry competitions and published widely. Maeve was a finalist in the Eavan Boland Mentorship Award 2020, third in The Canterbury Poet of The Year, 2021, and a Pushcart nominee, 2022. Maeve was part of a collaboration with three poets and their pamphlet won the Dreich Alliance Pamphlet Competition, published October, 2021. Her debut pamphlet, A Dedication To Drowning, was published in February 2022, by Fly On The Wall Press. A second pamphlet is forthcoming from Rare Swan Press.


Shelley Mann

Associate Prose Editor

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